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Using Motion Activity, students sort picture cards into categories of push, pull, or both to build their understanding of force.
Using this Levers Worksheet, students match each class to the correctexample of lever in order to build their understanding of simple machines.
Using this Pulleys Worksheet, students draw arrows to show the direction each part of the rope is moving, then label which part of each picture shows Load and Effort.
Using Friction Worksheet - Draw, students write and draw real life examples of friction in order to show their knowledge of force.
Using Magnet Activity, students sort the picture cards into two categories: magnetic or non-magnetic.
Using Fun with Magnets Science Activity, students determine which objects are repelled or attracted to magnets by testing it out.
These Force and Motion Word Wall are a perfect support for your students to build their vocabulary and spelling skills while learning about force and motion.